Thursday, August 17, 2017

Talisman Coins

These primitive talisman coins come to us from Ravn Cotino.  They were sculpted by Rosie Somerscales Horner and cast in resin weighted with iron powder.


Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Grimoire of the Third Eye

The talented Mille Cuirs returns to our pages with the Grimoire of the Third Eye


Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Wolfbrother Gear Set

This beautiful gear set comes to us from "The Beast Man".   It features a hand tooled and painted heavy leather belt with matching leather pouches, vambraces, and a scabbard for a beaked axe.


Monday, August 14, 2017

Mehrune's Razor

Sean Paul Garret brings us this work in progress shot of his recreation of Mehrune's Razor from "Oblivion".  He's primed and started sanding down the master to get rid of the characteristic ridging from 3D printing.


Sunday, August 13, 2017

The Art of Mad Science

Art student Taylor Atkinson created this gruesome art installation for an upcoming show.  It's a great display featuring a multitude of well done props.  That includes a selection of Cronenberg inspired specimens, ephemera, and lab accoutrements. 




Saturday, August 12, 2017

Stone of the Dark Fae

The talented Dayne Hodson returns to our pages with this fragment of a spell tome from the Dark Fae.  To no ones surprise, it's potentially lethal.
Scattered throughout the forests of the United kingdom, Ireland and Scotland are relics known only as “Dark Faerie Spell Tome Fragments” These relics contain a detailed description of a particular Dark Faeries most favoured spells and incantations.

As many Dark Faeries pride themselves on the complexity of their spells “so complex that one wrong word uttered during a casting would reduce the caster to ash” that they would leave them in places where they would eventually fall into the hands of human. Watching with amusement they would then observe as the person fumbles with the incantations that eventually lead to their demise.

Friday, August 11, 2017

Tooled Stone Cthulhu Idol

This faux stone Cthulhu idol comes to us from Hydra Props.  I really love the surface finish.  It does a great job of duplicating the look of pecked and grooved stone.